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By Andy Uhler
Professor Rhiannon Jerch speaks on the impact of climate change on housing markets.
By Lauren McDuffie
Dr. Laurence Steinberg publlished "Does Instagram Harm Girls? No One Actually Knows." in New York Times.
By Jonathan Tamari
Africology and African American Studies Assistant Professor Timothy Welbeck speaks out on bigotry and xenophobia.
By Chris Duong and Jocelyn Hockaday
The College of Liberal Arts will begin construction of the Center for Anti-Racism in Anderson Hall this semester.
Geography and Urban Studies Associate Professor Christina Rosan appears on NBC News to discuss urban heat islands.
By Sterling Johnson
Geography and Urban Studies PhD student Sterling Johnson argues that just planting trees isn't enough to offset the climate catastrophe.
By Emily Kovach
Psychology Professor Laurence Steinberg talks about COVID-19's effects on college students in the New York Times.
By Grace Shallow
Joshua Sonntag landed a job at his dream company just days after graduating from Temple's PSM in Geographic Information Systems program.
By Heath Fogg Davis
Temple University Gender Sexuality & Women's Studies Program Director Heath Fogg Davis asks why we categorize sports and health care by gender...
History professor Ralph Young discusses the First Amendment’s assembly and petition clause.
Jeremy Schipper and Nyasha Junior trace the life of ...
Professor Kevin (Vin) Arceneaux was featured in an Q&A in WalletHub's article 2020 Election By The Numbers – Infographic & Stats. ...
By Adam McCann
Comparing each state's voter distribution to its electorate distribution by race, age and gender.
By Christopher C. Towler, Nyron N. Crawford and Robert A Bennett III
Surveys suggest they hold sway with Black Americans who’ve sat out recent elections—a key constituency for winning the election.
By Samantha Krotzer
From activists and reporters to politicians, several Temple Owls participated in the recent political conventions leading up to the presidential...
By Helen Ubiñas
Sociology Professor Sara Goldrick-Rab suggests ways that Philadelphia can do more to help its homeless and hungry college students.
By Edirin Oputu
Professor of Africology and African American Studies Molefi Kete Asante discusses the George Floyd protests and the concept of Afrocentricity.
By Brandon T. Harden
College of Liberal Arts hosts virtual art workshop for high school students.
By Julie Kliegman
Temple University Gender, Sexuality & Women's Studies Program Director Heath Fogg Davis questions gender-segregated sports.
By Christopher C. Towler, Nyron N. Crawford and Robert A. Bennett III
CLA Political Science Assistant Professor Nyron N. Crawford writes about activism from pro athletes like Colin Kaepernick.
By NBC10 Staff
The Internal Affairs Division is investigating the police response to a group of armed men who defended South Philadelphia's Christopher Columbus...
By Andrew Knips and Kendall LaParo
Fishtown residents call on police to make amends with the community following police support of armed white men.
By Bethany Ao
CLA Psychology Professor Thomas F. "Tim" Shipley explains why people are finding the pandemic to be so "disconcerting."
By Elizabeth Wellington
CLA Sociology Professor Dustin Kidd says, "the more privileged you are, the more important it is to move beyond the bubble."
By John George
Temple University scientists are part of the group researching coronavirus and smell loss.
By Alfred Lubrano
“These numbers are deeply disturbing, but not surprising,” says Judith Levine, director Temple University's Public Policy Lab.